Last year at about this time on his Rule Breaker Investing podcast, Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner picked his first set of "five stocks to hold for the next five years." Now, it's time to check back in and see how those picks are performing. Of course, these are long-term buy-and-hold recommendations, so try to understand if not every pick is winning yet. Case in point: anti-hacking company FireEye, which has been the biggest loser of the bunch.
A transcript follows the video.
This video was recorded on Sept. 7, 2016.
David Gardner: Let's talk about the five stocks for the next five years. I will remind you it's five stocks for the next five years, so we're just having fun on the one-year anniversary of this list, but we'll review this list in future years as well, and I don't want to call premature wins or losses here. We're just along the journey -- but it has been one solid year, so let's take a look at these five.
I want to lead off with FireEye. Now, if you are a Motley Fool Stock Advisor member, you might be cursing me as I talk about this particular company, because this has been one of my very worst performers in recent memory, and yes, just a year ago, "5 Stocks...